Filter: FindingFilter

Filter type for Finding.

All fields in this type are and-combined; see the or field for or-combination.


Input Fields

NameTypeDescription
ANDFindingFilter

A field that checks if all filters in the list apply

If the list is empty, this filter applies to all objects.

ORFindingFilter

A field that checks if any of the filters in the list apply.

If the list is empty, this filter applies to no objects.

Note that only the items in the list or-combined; this complete OR field is and-combined with outer fields in the parent filter type.

activeBoolean

Checks if active equals a specified value.

If an index exists on active, it can be used.

Denotes if this flaw is active or not.

active_notBoolean

Checks if active does not equal a specified value

Denotes if this flaw is active or not.

affectedReferenceIds_emptyBoolean

Checks if affectedReferenceIds is an empty list (true) or a non-empty list or null (false).

affectedReferenceIds_everyStringFilter

Makes sure all items in affectedReferenceIds match a certain filter.

affectedReferenceIds_noneStringFilter

Makes sure none of the items in affectedReferenceIds match a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure affectedReferenceIds has no items.

affectedReferenceIds_someStringFilter

Makes sure at least one of the items in "affectedReferenceIds" matches a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure affectedReferenceIds has at least one item.

affects_emptyBoolean

Checks if affects is an empty list (true) or a non-empty list or null (false).

affects_everySoftwareComponentInstanceFilter

Makes sure all items in affects match a certain filter.

affects_noneSoftwareComponentInstanceFilter

Makes sure none of the items in affects match a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure affects has no items.

affects_someSoftwareComponentInstanceFilter

Makes sure at least one of the items in "affects" matches a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure affects has at least one item.

alternateTerms_emptyBoolean

Checks if alternateTerms is an empty list (true) or a non-empty list or null (false).

alternateTerms_everyStringFilter

Makes sure all items in alternateTerms match a certain filter.

alternateTerms_noneStringFilter

Makes sure none of the items in alternateTerms match a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure alternateTerms has no items.

alternateTerms_someStringFilter

Makes sure at least one of the items in "alternateTerms" matches a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure alternateTerms has at least one item.

assetVersionAssetVersionFilter

Checks if assetVersion is not null, and allows to filter based on its fields.

assetVersionRefIdID

Checks if assetVersionRefId equals a specified value.

If an index exists on assetVersionRefId, it can be used.

The asset version id this finding is associated with

assetVersionRefId_gtID

Checks if assetVersionRefId is greater than a specified value.

The asset version id this finding is associated with

assetVersionRefId_gteID

Checks if assetVersionRefId is greater or equal a specified value.

The asset version id this finding is associated with

assetVersionRefId_inID

Checks if assetVersionRefId is equal to one of the specified values.

The asset version id this finding is associated with

assetVersionRefId_ltID

Checks if assetVersionRefId is less than a specified value.

The asset version id this finding is associated with

assetVersionRefId_lteID

Checks if assetVersionRefId is less or equal a specified value.

The asset version id this finding is associated with

assetVersionRefId_notID

Checks if assetVersionRefId does not equal a specified value

The asset version id this finding is associated with

assetVersionRefId_not_inID

Checks if assetVersionRefId is not equal to one of the specified values.

The asset version id this finding is associated with

categoryFindingCategory

Checks if category equals a specified value.

If an index exists on category, it can be used.

The applicable category for this finding

category_inFindingCategory

Checks if category is equal to one of the specified values.

The applicable category for this finding

category_notFindingCategory

Checks if category does not equal a specified value

The applicable category for this finding

category_not_inFindingCategory

Checks if category is not equal to one of the specified values.

The applicable category for this finding

comments_emptyBoolean

Checks if comments is an empty list (true) or a non-empty list or null (false).

comments_everyFindingCommentFilter

Makes sure all items in comments match a certain filter.

comments_noneFindingCommentFilter

Makes sure none of the items in comments match a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure comments has no items.

comments_someFindingCommentFilter

Makes sure at least one of the items in "comments" matches a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure comments has at least one item.

confidenceFindingConfidenceFilter

Checks if confidence is not null, and allows to filter based on its fields.

createdAtDateTime

Checks if createdAt equals a specified value.

If an index exists on createdAt, it can be used.

The instant this object has been created

createdAt_gtDateTime

Checks if createdAt is greater than a specified value.

The instant this object has been created

createdAt_gteDateTime

Checks if createdAt is greater or equal a specified value.

The instant this object has been created

createdAt_inDateTime

Checks if createdAt is equal to one of the specified values.

The instant this object has been created

createdAt_ltDateTime

Checks if createdAt is less than a specified value.

The instant this object has been created

createdAt_lteDateTime

Checks if createdAt is less or equal a specified value.

The instant this object has been created

createdAt_notDateTime

Checks if createdAt does not equal a specified value

The instant this object has been created

createdAt_not_inDateTime

Checks if createdAt is not equal to one of the specified values.

The instant this object has been created

ctxRelationEntityCtxFilter

Allows to filter on the fields of ctx.

Note that ctx is an entity extension and thus can never be null, so specifying null to this filter field has no effect.

currentStatusFindingStatusFilter

Checks if currentStatus is not null, and allows to filter based on its fields.

cves_emptyBoolean

Checks if cves is an empty list (true) or a non-empty list or null (false).

cves_everyCveFilter

Makes sure all items in cves match a certain filter.

cves_noneCveFilter

Makes sure none of the items in cves match a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure cves has no items.

cves_someCveFilter

Makes sure at least one of the items in "cves" matches a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure cves has at least one item.

cvssScoreFloat

Checks if cvssScore equals a specified value.

If an index exists on cvssScore, it can be used.

The CVSS base score. This is a number between 0.0 and 10.0.

cvssScore_gtFloat

Checks if cvssScore is greater than a specified value.

The CVSS base score. This is a number between 0.0 and 10.0.

cvssScore_gteFloat

Checks if cvssScore is greater or equal a specified value.

The CVSS base score. This is a number between 0.0 and 10.0.

cvssScore_inFloat

Checks if cvssScore is equal to one of the specified values.

The CVSS base score. This is a number between 0.0 and 10.0.

cvssScore_ltFloat

Checks if cvssScore is less than a specified value.

The CVSS base score. This is a number between 0.0 and 10.0.

cvssScore_lteFloat

Checks if cvssScore is less or equal a specified value.

The CVSS base score. This is a number between 0.0 and 10.0.

cvssScore_notFloat

Checks if cvssScore does not equal a specified value

The CVSS base score. This is a number between 0.0 and 10.0.

cvssScore_not_inFloat

Checks if cvssScore is not equal to one of the specified values.

The CVSS base score. This is a number between 0.0 and 10.0.

cvssSeverityFindingSeverity

Checks if cvssSeverity equals a specified value.

If an index exists on cvssSeverity, it can be used.

The CVSS base severity. This has a value of either 'None (N)', 'Low (L)', 'Medium (M)', 'High (H)', or 'Critical (C)'.

cvssSeverity_inFindingSeverity

Checks if cvssSeverity is equal to one of the specified values.

The CVSS base severity. This has a value of either 'None (N)', 'Low (L)', 'Medium (M)', 'High (H)', or 'Critical (C)'.

cvssSeverity_notFindingSeverity

Checks if cvssSeverity does not equal a specified value

The CVSS base severity. This has a value of either 'None (N)', 'Low (L)', 'Medium (M)', 'High (H)', or 'Critical (C)'.

cvssSeverity_not_inFindingSeverity

Checks if cvssSeverity is not equal to one of the specified values.

The CVSS base severity. This has a value of either 'None (N)', 'Low (L)', 'Medium (M)', 'High (H)', or 'Critical (C)'.

cwes_emptyBoolean

Checks if cwes is an empty list (true) or a non-empty list or null (false).

cwes_everyCweFilter

Makes sure all items in cwes match a certain filter.

cwes_noneCweFilter

Makes sure none of the items in cwes match a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure cwes has no items.

cwes_someCweFilter

Makes sure at least one of the items in "cwes" matches a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure cwes has at least one item.

dateDateTime

Checks if date equals a specified value.

If an index exists on date, it can be used.

The date the finding was first discovered

date_gtDateTime

Checks if date is greater than a specified value.

The date the finding was first discovered

date_gteDateTime

Checks if date is greater or equal a specified value.

The date the finding was first discovered

date_inDateTime

Checks if date is equal to one of the specified values.

The date the finding was first discovered

date_ltDateTime

Checks if date is less than a specified value.

The date the finding was first discovered

date_lteDateTime

Checks if date is less or equal a specified value.

The date the finding was first discovered

date_notDateTime

Checks if date does not equal a specified value

The date the finding was first discovered

date_not_inDateTime

Checks if date is not equal to one of the specified values.

The date the finding was first discovered

dedupeHashString

Checks if dedupeHash equals a specified string, case-sensitively.

If an index exists on dedupeHash, it can be used.

See also like for a case-insensitive filter.

A hash over a configurable set of fields that is used for findings deduplication.

dedupeHash_containsString

Checks if dedupeHash contains a specified string, case-sensitively.

A hash over a configurable set of fields that is used for findings deduplication.

dedupeHash_ends_withString

Checks if dedupeHash ends with a specified string, case-sensitively.

A hash over a configurable set of fields that is used for findings deduplication.

dedupeHash_gtString

Checks if dedupeHash is greater than a specified value.

A hash over a configurable set of fields that is used for findings deduplication.

dedupeHash_gteString

Checks if dedupeHash is greater or equal a specified value.

A hash over a configurable set of fields that is used for findings deduplication.

dedupeHash_inString

Checks if dedupeHash is equal to one of the specified values.

A hash over a configurable set of fields that is used for findings deduplication.

dedupeHash_likeString

Matches dedupeHash against a pattern case-insensitively with the following placeholders:

% matches any sequence of characters, including the empty string; _ matches exactly one character; \ can be used to escape the placeholders (use \\ for a literal backslash);

If an index exists on dedupeHash, it can be used for the literal prefix (the part until the first placeholder).

A hash over a configurable set of fields that is used for findings deduplication.

dedupeHash_ltString

Checks if dedupeHash is less than a specified value.

A hash over a configurable set of fields that is used for findings deduplication.

dedupeHash_lteString

Checks if dedupeHash is less or equal a specified value.

A hash over a configurable set of fields that is used for findings deduplication.

dedupeHash_notString

Checks if dedupeHash does not equal a specified string, case-sensitively.

A hash over a configurable set of fields that is used for findings deduplication.

dedupeHash_not_containsString

Checks if dedupeHash does not contain a specified string, case-sensitively.

A hash over a configurable set of fields that is used for findings deduplication.

dedupeHash_not_ends_withString

Checks if dedupeHash does not end with a specified string, case-sensitively.

A hash over a configurable set of fields that is used for findings deduplication.

dedupeHash_not_inString

Checks if dedupeHash is not equal to one of the specified values.

A hash over a configurable set of fields that is used for findings deduplication.

dedupeHash_not_likeString

Checks if dedupeHash does not match a pattern case-insensitively with the following placeholders:

% matches any sequence of characters, including the empty string; _ matches exactly one character; \ can be used to escape the placeholders (use \\ for a literal backslash);

A hash over a configurable set of fields that is used for findings deduplication.

dedupeHash_not_starts_withString

Checks if dedupeHash does not start with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Never uses an index. Consider using not_like (with the % placeholder) for a case-insensitive filter that can use an index.

A hash over a configurable set of fields that is used for findings deduplication.

dedupeHash_starts_withString

Checks if dedupeHash starts with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Never uses an index. Consider using like (with the % placeholder) for a case-insensitive filter that can use an index.

A hash over a configurable set of fields that is used for findings deduplication.

deletedAtDateTime

Checks if deletedAt equals a specified value.

If an index exists on deletedAt, it can be used.

Timestamp of when this finding was deleted

deletedAt_gtDateTime

Checks if deletedAt is greater than a specified value.

Timestamp of when this finding was deleted

deletedAt_gteDateTime

Checks if deletedAt is greater or equal a specified value.

Timestamp of when this finding was deleted

deletedAt_inDateTime

Checks if deletedAt is equal to one of the specified values.

Timestamp of when this finding was deleted

deletedAt_ltDateTime

Checks if deletedAt is less than a specified value.

Timestamp of when this finding was deleted

deletedAt_lteDateTime

Checks if deletedAt is less or equal a specified value.

Timestamp of when this finding was deleted

deletedAt_notDateTime

Checks if deletedAt does not equal a specified value

Timestamp of when this finding was deleted

deletedAt_not_inDateTime

Checks if deletedAt is not equal to one of the specified values.

Timestamp of when this finding was deleted

descriptionString

Checks if description equals a specified string, case-sensitively.

If an index exists on description, it can be used.

See also like for a case-insensitive filter.

Extended description of the finding. May contain Markdown.

description_containsString

Checks if description contains a specified string, case-sensitively.

Extended description of the finding. May contain Markdown.

description_ends_withString

Checks if description ends with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Extended description of the finding. May contain Markdown.

description_gtString

Checks if description is greater than a specified value.

Extended description of the finding. May contain Markdown.

description_gteString

Checks if description is greater or equal a specified value.

Extended description of the finding. May contain Markdown.

description_inString

Checks if description is equal to one of the specified values.

Extended description of the finding. May contain Markdown.

description_likeString

Matches description against a pattern case-insensitively with the following placeholders:

% matches any sequence of characters, including the empty string; _ matches exactly one character; \ can be used to escape the placeholders (use \\ for a literal backslash);

If an index exists on description, it can be used for the literal prefix (the part until the first placeholder).

Extended description of the finding. May contain Markdown.

description_ltString

Checks if description is less than a specified value.

Extended description of the finding. May contain Markdown.

description_lteString

Checks if description is less or equal a specified value.

Extended description of the finding. May contain Markdown.

description_notString

Checks if description does not equal a specified string, case-sensitively.

Extended description of the finding. May contain Markdown.

description_not_containsString

Checks if description does not contain a specified string, case-sensitively.

Extended description of the finding. May contain Markdown.

description_not_ends_withString

Checks if description does not end with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Extended description of the finding. May contain Markdown.

description_not_inString

Checks if description is not equal to one of the specified values.

Extended description of the finding. May contain Markdown.

description_not_likeString

Checks if description does not match a pattern case-insensitively with the following placeholders:

% matches any sequence of characters, including the empty string; _ matches exactly one character; \ can be used to escape the placeholders (use \\ for a literal backslash);

Extended description of the finding. May contain Markdown.

description_not_starts_withString

Checks if description does not start with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Never uses an index. Consider using not_like (with the % placeholder) for a case-insensitive filter that can use an index.

Extended description of the finding. May contain Markdown.

description_starts_withString

Checks if description starts with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Never uses an index. Consider using like (with the % placeholder) for a case-insensitive filter that can use an index.

Extended description of the finding. May contain Markdown.

externalReferences_emptyBoolean

Checks if externalReferences is an empty list (true) or a non-empty list or null (false).

externalReferences_everyStringFilter

Makes sure all items in externalReferences match a certain filter.

externalReferences_noneStringFilter

Makes sure none of the items in externalReferences match a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure externalReferences has no items.

externalReferences_someStringFilter

Makes sure at least one of the items in "externalReferences" matches a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure externalReferences has at least one item.

falsePositiveBoolean

Checks if falsePositive equals a specified value.

If an index exists on falsePositive, it can be used.

Denotes if this flaw has been deemed a false positive by the tester.

falsePositive_notBoolean

Checks if falsePositive does not equal a specified value

Denotes if this flaw has been deemed a false positive by the tester.

findingClassFindingClass

Checks if findingClass equals a specified value.

If an index exists on findingClass, it can be used.

The class of the finding (e.g. information vs. weakness vs. vulnerability)

findingClass_inFindingClass

Checks if findingClass is equal to one of the specified values.

The class of the finding (e.g. information vs. weakness vs. vulnerability)

findingClass_notFindingClass

Checks if findingClass does not equal a specified value

The class of the finding (e.g. information vs. weakness vs. vulnerability)

findingClass_not_inFindingClass

Checks if findingClass is not equal to one of the specified values.

The class of the finding (e.g. information vs. weakness vs. vulnerability)

findingLocations_emptyBoolean

Checks if findingLocations is an empty list (true) or a non-empty list or null (false).

findingLocations_everyFindingLocationFilter

Makes sure all items in findingLocations match a certain filter.

findingLocations_noneFindingLocationFilter

Makes sure none of the items in findingLocations match a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure findingLocations has no items.

findingLocations_someFindingLocationFilter

Makes sure at least one of the items in "findingLocations" matches a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure findingLocations has at least one item.

idID

Checks if id equals a specified value.

If an index exists on id, it can be used.

An auto-generated string that identifies this root entity uniquely among others of the same type

id_gtID

Checks if id is greater than a specified value.

An auto-generated string that identifies this root entity uniquely among others of the same type

id_gteID

Checks if id is greater or equal a specified value.

An auto-generated string that identifies this root entity uniquely among others of the same type

id_inID

Checks if id is equal to one of the specified values.

An auto-generated string that identifies this root entity uniquely among others of the same type

id_ltID

Checks if id is less than a specified value.

An auto-generated string that identifies this root entity uniquely among others of the same type

id_lteID

Checks if id is less or equal a specified value.

An auto-generated string that identifies this root entity uniquely among others of the same type

id_notID

Checks if id does not equal a specified value

An auto-generated string that identifies this root entity uniquely among others of the same type

id_not_inID

Checks if id is not equal to one of the specified values.

An auto-generated string that identifies this root entity uniquely among others of the same type

impactString

Checks if impact equals a specified string, case-sensitively.

If an index exists on impact, it can be used.

See also like for a case-insensitive filter.

Text describing the impact this flaw has on systems, products, enterprise, etc.

impact_containsString

Checks if impact contains a specified string, case-sensitively.

Text describing the impact this flaw has on systems, products, enterprise, etc.

impact_ends_withString

Checks if impact ends with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Text describing the impact this flaw has on systems, products, enterprise, etc.

impact_gtString

Checks if impact is greater than a specified value.

Text describing the impact this flaw has on systems, products, enterprise, etc.

impact_gteString

Checks if impact is greater or equal a specified value.

Text describing the impact this flaw has on systems, products, enterprise, etc.

impact_inString

Checks if impact is equal to one of the specified values.

Text describing the impact this flaw has on systems, products, enterprise, etc.

impact_likeString

Matches impact against a pattern case-insensitively with the following placeholders:

% matches any sequence of characters, including the empty string; _ matches exactly one character; \ can be used to escape the placeholders (use \\ for a literal backslash);

If an index exists on impact, it can be used for the literal prefix (the part until the first placeholder).

Text describing the impact this flaw has on systems, products, enterprise, etc.

impact_ltString

Checks if impact is less than a specified value.

Text describing the impact this flaw has on systems, products, enterprise, etc.

impact_lteString

Checks if impact is less or equal a specified value.

Text describing the impact this flaw has on systems, products, enterprise, etc.

impact_notString

Checks if impact does not equal a specified string, case-sensitively.

Text describing the impact this flaw has on systems, products, enterprise, etc.

impact_not_containsString

Checks if impact does not contain a specified string, case-sensitively.

Text describing the impact this flaw has on systems, products, enterprise, etc.

impact_not_ends_withString

Checks if impact does not end with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Text describing the impact this flaw has on systems, products, enterprise, etc.

impact_not_inString

Checks if impact is not equal to one of the specified values.

Text describing the impact this flaw has on systems, products, enterprise, etc.

impact_not_likeString

Checks if impact does not match a pattern case-insensitively with the following placeholders:

% matches any sequence of characters, including the empty string; _ matches exactly one character; \ can be used to escape the placeholders (use \\ for a literal backslash);

Text describing the impact this flaw has on systems, products, enterprise, etc.

impact_not_starts_withString

Checks if impact does not start with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Never uses an index. Consider using not_like (with the % placeholder) for a case-insensitive filter that can use an index.

Text describing the impact this flaw has on systems, products, enterprise, etc.

impact_starts_withString

Checks if impact starts with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Never uses an index. Consider using like (with the % placeholder) for a case-insensitive filter that can use an index.

Text describing the impact this flaw has on systems, products, enterprise, etc.

linkedFindingHashString

Checks if linkedFindingHash equals a specified string, case-sensitively.

If an index exists on linkedFindingHash, it can be used.

See also like for a case-insensitive filter.

A hash represents the identical findings in other AssetVersions. This is used for linked issues across builds/versions.

linkedFindingHash_containsString

Checks if linkedFindingHash contains a specified string, case-sensitively.

A hash represents the identical findings in other AssetVersions. This is used for linked issues across builds/versions.

linkedFindingHash_ends_withString

Checks if linkedFindingHash ends with a specified string, case-sensitively.

A hash represents the identical findings in other AssetVersions. This is used for linked issues across builds/versions.

linkedFindingHash_gtString

Checks if linkedFindingHash is greater than a specified value.

A hash represents the identical findings in other AssetVersions. This is used for linked issues across builds/versions.

linkedFindingHash_gteString

Checks if linkedFindingHash is greater or equal a specified value.

A hash represents the identical findings in other AssetVersions. This is used for linked issues across builds/versions.

linkedFindingHash_inString

Checks if linkedFindingHash is equal to one of the specified values.

A hash represents the identical findings in other AssetVersions. This is used for linked issues across builds/versions.

linkedFindingHash_likeString

Matches linkedFindingHash against a pattern case-insensitively with the following placeholders:

% matches any sequence of characters, including the empty string; _ matches exactly one character; \ can be used to escape the placeholders (use \\ for a literal backslash);

If an index exists on linkedFindingHash, it can be used for the literal prefix (the part until the first placeholder).

A hash represents the identical findings in other AssetVersions. This is used for linked issues across builds/versions.

linkedFindingHash_ltString

Checks if linkedFindingHash is less than a specified value.

A hash represents the identical findings in other AssetVersions. This is used for linked issues across builds/versions.

linkedFindingHash_lteString

Checks if linkedFindingHash is less or equal a specified value.

A hash represents the identical findings in other AssetVersions. This is used for linked issues across builds/versions.

linkedFindingHash_notString

Checks if linkedFindingHash does not equal a specified string, case-sensitively.

A hash represents the identical findings in other AssetVersions. This is used for linked issues across builds/versions.

linkedFindingHash_not_containsString

Checks if linkedFindingHash does not contain a specified string, case-sensitively.

A hash represents the identical findings in other AssetVersions. This is used for linked issues across builds/versions.

linkedFindingHash_not_ends_withString

Checks if linkedFindingHash does not end with a specified string, case-sensitively.

A hash represents the identical findings in other AssetVersions. This is used for linked issues across builds/versions.

linkedFindingHash_not_inString

Checks if linkedFindingHash is not equal to one of the specified values.

A hash represents the identical findings in other AssetVersions. This is used for linked issues across builds/versions.

linkedFindingHash_not_likeString

Checks if linkedFindingHash does not match a pattern case-insensitively with the following placeholders:

% matches any sequence of characters, including the empty string; _ matches exactly one character; \ can be used to escape the placeholders (use \\ for a literal backslash);

A hash represents the identical findings in other AssetVersions. This is used for linked issues across builds/versions.

linkedFindingHash_not_starts_withString

Checks if linkedFindingHash does not start with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Never uses an index. Consider using not_like (with the % placeholder) for a case-insensitive filter that can use an index.

A hash represents the identical findings in other AssetVersions. This is used for linked issues across builds/versions.

linkedFindingHash_starts_withString

Checks if linkedFindingHash starts with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Never uses an index. Consider using like (with the % placeholder) for a case-insensitive filter that can use an index.

A hash represents the identical findings in other AssetVersions. This is used for linked issues across builds/versions.

linkedFindingRefIds_emptyBoolean

Checks if linkedFindingRefIds is an empty list (true) or a non-empty list or null (false).

linkedFindingRefIds_everyStringFilter

Makes sure all items in linkedFindingRefIds match a certain filter.

linkedFindingRefIds_noneStringFilter

Makes sure none of the items in linkedFindingRefIds match a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure linkedFindingRefIds has no items.

linkedFindingRefIds_someStringFilter

Makes sure at least one of the items in "linkedFindingRefIds" matches a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure linkedFindingRefIds has at least one item.

mergedFindingFindingFilter

Checks if mergedFinding is not null, and allows to filter based on its fields.

mergedFindingRefIdID

Checks if mergedFindingRefId equals a specified value.

If an index exists on mergedFindingRefId, it can be used.

If populated, this field points to the 'merged Finding ID' that represents this finding. This field is only populated if this finding is a 'merged finding'. For example, multiple security scanners may find the same issue in an Artifact. In this case, the findings from each scanner would be merged into a single finding.

mergedFindingRefId_gtID

Checks if mergedFindingRefId is greater than a specified value.

If populated, this field points to the 'merged Finding ID' that represents this finding. This field is only populated if this finding is a 'merged finding'. For example, multiple security scanners may find the same issue in an Artifact. In this case, the findings from each scanner would be merged into a single finding.

mergedFindingRefId_gteID

Checks if mergedFindingRefId is greater or equal a specified value.

If populated, this field points to the 'merged Finding ID' that represents this finding. This field is only populated if this finding is a 'merged finding'. For example, multiple security scanners may find the same issue in an Artifact. In this case, the findings from each scanner would be merged into a single finding.

mergedFindingRefId_inID

Checks if mergedFindingRefId is equal to one of the specified values.

If populated, this field points to the 'merged Finding ID' that represents this finding. This field is only populated if this finding is a 'merged finding'. For example, multiple security scanners may find the same issue in an Artifact. In this case, the findings from each scanner would be merged into a single finding.

mergedFindingRefId_ltID

Checks if mergedFindingRefId is less than a specified value.

If populated, this field points to the 'merged Finding ID' that represents this finding. This field is only populated if this finding is a 'merged finding'. For example, multiple security scanners may find the same issue in an Artifact. In this case, the findings from each scanner would be merged into a single finding.

mergedFindingRefId_lteID

Checks if mergedFindingRefId is less or equal a specified value.

If populated, this field points to the 'merged Finding ID' that represents this finding. This field is only populated if this finding is a 'merged finding'. For example, multiple security scanners may find the same issue in an Artifact. In this case, the findings from each scanner would be merged into a single finding.

mergedFindingRefId_notID

Checks if mergedFindingRefId does not equal a specified value

If populated, this field points to the 'merged Finding ID' that represents this finding. This field is only populated if this finding is a 'merged finding'. For example, multiple security scanners may find the same issue in an Artifact. In this case, the findings from each scanner would be merged into a single finding.

mergedFindingRefId_not_inID

Checks if mergedFindingRefId is not equal to one of the specified values.

If populated, this field points to the 'merged Finding ID' that represents this finding. This field is only populated if this finding is a 'merged finding'. For example, multiple security scanners may find the same issue in an Artifact. In this case, the findings from each scanner would be merged into a single finding.

mitigationString

Checks if mitigation equals a specified string, case-sensitively.

If an index exists on mitigation, it can be used.

See also like for a case-insensitive filter.

Text describing how to best fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

mitigation_containsString

Checks if mitigation contains a specified string, case-sensitively.

Text describing how to best fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

mitigation_ends_withString

Checks if mitigation ends with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Text describing how to best fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

mitigation_gtString

Checks if mitigation is greater than a specified value.

Text describing how to best fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

mitigation_gteString

Checks if mitigation is greater or equal a specified value.

Text describing how to best fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

mitigation_inString

Checks if mitigation is equal to one of the specified values.

Text describing how to best fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

mitigation_likeString

Matches mitigation against a pattern case-insensitively with the following placeholders:

% matches any sequence of characters, including the empty string; _ matches exactly one character; \ can be used to escape the placeholders (use \\ for a literal backslash);

If an index exists on mitigation, it can be used for the literal prefix (the part until the first placeholder).

Text describing how to best fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

mitigation_ltString

Checks if mitigation is less than a specified value.

Text describing how to best fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

mitigation_lteString

Checks if mitigation is less or equal a specified value.

Text describing how to best fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

mitigation_notString

Checks if mitigation does not equal a specified string, case-sensitively.

Text describing how to best fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

mitigation_not_containsString

Checks if mitigation does not contain a specified string, case-sensitively.

Text describing how to best fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

mitigation_not_ends_withString

Checks if mitigation does not end with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Text describing how to best fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

mitigation_not_inString

Checks if mitigation is not equal to one of the specified values.

Text describing how to best fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

mitigation_not_likeString

Checks if mitigation does not match a pattern case-insensitively with the following placeholders:

% matches any sequence of characters, including the empty string; _ matches exactly one character; \ can be used to escape the placeholders (use \\ for a literal backslash);

Text describing how to best fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

mitigation_not_starts_withString

Checks if mitigation does not start with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Never uses an index. Consider using not_like (with the % placeholder) for a case-insensitive filter that can use an index.

Text describing how to best fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

mitigation_starts_withString

Checks if mitigation starts with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Never uses an index. Consider using like (with the % placeholder) for a case-insensitive filter that can use an index.

Text describing how to best fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

numOccurencesInt

Checks if numOccurences equals a specified value.

If an index exists on numOccurences, it can be used.

Number of occurences in the source tool when several vulnerabilites were found and aggregated by the scanner.

numOccurences_gtInt

Checks if numOccurences is greater than a specified value.

Number of occurences in the source tool when several vulnerabilites were found and aggregated by the scanner.

numOccurences_gteInt

Checks if numOccurences is greater or equal a specified value.

Number of occurences in the source tool when several vulnerabilites were found and aggregated by the scanner.

numOccurences_inInt

Checks if numOccurences is equal to one of the specified values.

Number of occurences in the source tool when several vulnerabilites were found and aggregated by the scanner.

numOccurences_ltInt

Checks if numOccurences is less than a specified value.

Number of occurences in the source tool when several vulnerabilites were found and aggregated by the scanner.

numOccurences_lteInt

Checks if numOccurences is less or equal a specified value.

Number of occurences in the source tool when several vulnerabilites were found and aggregated by the scanner.

numOccurences_notInt

Checks if numOccurences does not equal a specified value

Number of occurences in the source tool when several vulnerabilites were found and aggregated by the scanner.

numOccurences_not_inInt

Checks if numOccurences is not equal to one of the specified values.

Number of occurences in the source tool when several vulnerabilites were found and aggregated by the scanner.

originFindingOrigin

Checks if origin equals a specified value.

If an index exists on origin, it can be used.

The origin of this finding (e.g. a security scanner, user-added, generated from an automated or user merge, found by FiniteState, etc.)

origin_inFindingOrigin

Checks if origin is equal to one of the specified values.

The origin of this finding (e.g. a security scanner, user-added, generated from an automated or user merge, found by FiniteState, etc.)

origin_notFindingOrigin

Checks if origin does not equal a specified value

The origin of this finding (e.g. a security scanner, user-added, generated from an automated or user merge, found by FiniteState, etc.)

origin_not_inFindingOrigin

Checks if origin is not equal to one of the specified values.

The origin of this finding (e.g. a security scanner, user-added, generated from an automated or user merge, found by FiniteState, etc.)

originalFindings_emptyBoolean

Checks if originalFindings is an empty list (true) or a non-empty list or null (false).

originalFindings_everyFindingFilter

Makes sure all items in originalFindings match a certain filter.

originalFindings_noneFindingFilter

Makes sure none of the items in originalFindings match a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure originalFindings has no items.

originalFindings_someFindingFilter

Makes sure at least one of the items in "originalFindings" matches a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure originalFindings has at least one item.

outOfScopeBoolean

Checks if outOfScope equals a specified value.

If an index exists on outOfScope, it can be used.

Denotes if this flaw falls outside the scope of the test.

outOfScope_notBoolean

Checks if outOfScope does not equal a specified value

Denotes if this flaw falls outside the scope of the test.

patches_emptyBoolean

Checks if patches is an empty list (true) or a non-empty list or null (false).

patches_everyPatchFilter

Makes sure all items in patches match a certain filter.

patches_nonePatchFilter

Makes sure none of the items in patches match a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure patches has no items.

patches_somePatchFilter

Makes sure at least one of the items in "patches" matches a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure patches has at least one item.

processingStatuses_emptyBoolean

Checks if processingStatuses is an empty list (true) or a non-empty list or null (false).

processingStatuses_everyProcessingStatusFilter

Makes sure all items in processingStatuses match a certain filter.

processingStatuses_noneProcessingStatusFilter

Makes sure none of the items in processingStatuses match a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure processingStatuses has no items.

processingStatuses_someProcessingStatusFilter

Makes sure at least one of the items in "processingStatuses" matches a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure processingStatuses has at least one item.

properties_emptyBoolean

Checks if properties is an empty list (true) or a non-empty list or null (false).

properties_everyKeyValuePairFilter

Makes sure all items in properties match a certain filter.

properties_noneKeyValuePairFilter

Makes sure none of the items in properties match a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure properties has no items.

properties_someKeyValuePairFilter

Makes sure at least one of the items in "properties" matches a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure properties has at least one item.

regressionBoolean

Checks if regression equals a specified value.

If an index exists on regression, it can be used.

If this finding had been fixed in a previous version but has regressed in this version, this field will be set to true.

regression_notBoolean

Checks if regression does not equal a specified value

If this finding had been fixed in a previous version but has regressed in this version, this field will be set to true.

remediationGuidanceString

Checks if remediationGuidance equals a specified string, case-sensitively.

If an index exists on remediationGuidance, it can be used.

See also like for a case-insensitive filter.

Text describing how to fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

remediationGuidance_containsString

Checks if remediationGuidance contains a specified string, case-sensitively.

Text describing how to fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

remediationGuidance_ends_withString

Checks if remediationGuidance ends with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Text describing how to fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

remediationGuidance_gtString

Checks if remediationGuidance is greater than a specified value.

Text describing how to fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

remediationGuidance_gteString

Checks if remediationGuidance is greater or equal a specified value.

Text describing how to fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

remediationGuidance_inString

Checks if remediationGuidance is equal to one of the specified values.

Text describing how to fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

remediationGuidance_likeString

Matches remediationGuidance against a pattern case-insensitively with the following placeholders:

% matches any sequence of characters, including the empty string; _ matches exactly one character; \ can be used to escape the placeholders (use \\ for a literal backslash);

If an index exists on remediationGuidance, it can be used for the literal prefix (the part until the first placeholder).

Text describing how to fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

remediationGuidance_ltString

Checks if remediationGuidance is less than a specified value.

Text describing how to fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

remediationGuidance_lteString

Checks if remediationGuidance is less or equal a specified value.

Text describing how to fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

remediationGuidance_notString

Checks if remediationGuidance does not equal a specified string, case-sensitively.

Text describing how to fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

remediationGuidance_not_containsString

Checks if remediationGuidance does not contain a specified string, case-sensitively.

Text describing how to fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

remediationGuidance_not_ends_withString

Checks if remediationGuidance does not end with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Text describing how to fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

remediationGuidance_not_inString

Checks if remediationGuidance is not equal to one of the specified values.

Text describing how to fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

remediationGuidance_not_likeString

Checks if remediationGuidance does not match a pattern case-insensitively with the following placeholders:

% matches any sequence of characters, including the empty string; _ matches exactly one character; \ can be used to escape the placeholders (use \\ for a literal backslash);

Text describing how to fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

remediationGuidance_not_starts_withString

Checks if remediationGuidance does not start with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Never uses an index. Consider using not_like (with the % placeholder) for a case-insensitive filter that can use an index.

Text describing how to fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

remediationGuidance_starts_withString

Checks if remediationGuidance starts with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Never uses an index. Consider using like (with the % placeholder) for a case-insensitive filter that can use an index.

Text describing how to fix the flaw. May contain Markdown.

riskAcceptedBoolean

Checks if riskAccepted equals a specified value.

If an index exists on riskAccepted, it can be used.

Denotes if this finding has been marked as an accepted risk.

riskAccepted_notBoolean

Checks if riskAccepted does not equal a specified value

Denotes if this finding has been marked as an accepted risk.

riskScoreFloat

Checks if riskScore equals a specified value.

If an index exists on riskScore, it can be used.

The risk associated with this Finding as determined by the CVE explotability score or CWSS score

riskScore_gtFloat

Checks if riskScore is greater than a specified value.

The risk associated with this Finding as determined by the CVE explotability score or CWSS score

riskScore_gteFloat

Checks if riskScore is greater or equal a specified value.

The risk associated with this Finding as determined by the CVE explotability score or CWSS score

riskScore_inFloat

Checks if riskScore is equal to one of the specified values.

The risk associated with this Finding as determined by the CVE explotability score or CWSS score

riskScore_ltFloat

Checks if riskScore is less than a specified value.

The risk associated with this Finding as determined by the CVE explotability score or CWSS score

riskScore_lteFloat

Checks if riskScore is less or equal a specified value.

The risk associated with this Finding as determined by the CVE explotability score or CWSS score

riskScore_notFloat

Checks if riskScore does not equal a specified value

The risk associated with this Finding as determined by the CVE explotability score or CWSS score

riskScore_not_inFloat

Checks if riskScore is not equal to one of the specified values.

The risk associated with this Finding as determined by the CVE explotability score or CWSS score

severityFindingSeverity

Checks if severity equals a specified value.

If an index exists on severity, it can be used.

Severity ranking of the finding

severityJustificationString

Checks if severityJustification equals a specified string, case-sensitively.

If an index exists on severityJustification, it can be used.

See also like for a case-insensitive filter.

Text describing why a certain severity was associated with this flaw.

severityJustification_containsString

Checks if severityJustification contains a specified string, case-sensitively.

Text describing why a certain severity was associated with this flaw.

severityJustification_ends_withString

Checks if severityJustification ends with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Text describing why a certain severity was associated with this flaw.

severityJustification_gtString

Checks if severityJustification is greater than a specified value.

Text describing why a certain severity was associated with this flaw.

severityJustification_gteString

Checks if severityJustification is greater or equal a specified value.

Text describing why a certain severity was associated with this flaw.

severityJustification_inString

Checks if severityJustification is equal to one of the specified values.

Text describing why a certain severity was associated with this flaw.

severityJustification_likeString

Matches severityJustification against a pattern case-insensitively with the following placeholders:

% matches any sequence of characters, including the empty string; _ matches exactly one character; \ can be used to escape the placeholders (use \\ for a literal backslash);

If an index exists on severityJustification, it can be used for the literal prefix (the part until the first placeholder).

Text describing why a certain severity was associated with this flaw.

severityJustification_ltString

Checks if severityJustification is less than a specified value.

Text describing why a certain severity was associated with this flaw.

severityJustification_lteString

Checks if severityJustification is less or equal a specified value.

Text describing why a certain severity was associated with this flaw.

severityJustification_notString

Checks if severityJustification does not equal a specified string, case-sensitively.

Text describing why a certain severity was associated with this flaw.

severityJustification_not_containsString

Checks if severityJustification does not contain a specified string, case-sensitively.

Text describing why a certain severity was associated with this flaw.

severityJustification_not_ends_withString

Checks if severityJustification does not end with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Text describing why a certain severity was associated with this flaw.

severityJustification_not_inString

Checks if severityJustification is not equal to one of the specified values.

Text describing why a certain severity was associated with this flaw.

severityJustification_not_likeString

Checks if severityJustification does not match a pattern case-insensitively with the following placeholders:

% matches any sequence of characters, including the empty string; _ matches exactly one character; \ can be used to escape the placeholders (use \\ for a literal backslash);

Text describing why a certain severity was associated with this flaw.

severityJustification_not_starts_withString

Checks if severityJustification does not start with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Never uses an index. Consider using not_like (with the % placeholder) for a case-insensitive filter that can use an index.

Text describing why a certain severity was associated with this flaw.

severityJustification_starts_withString

Checks if severityJustification starts with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Never uses an index. Consider using like (with the % placeholder) for a case-insensitive filter that can use an index.

Text describing why a certain severity was associated with this flaw.

severity_inFindingSeverity

Checks if severity is equal to one of the specified values.

Severity ranking of the finding

severity_notFindingSeverity

Checks if severity does not equal a specified value

Severity ranking of the finding

severity_not_inFindingSeverity

Checks if severity is not equal to one of the specified values.

Severity ranking of the finding

sourceTypes_emptyBoolean

Checks if sourceTypes is an empty list (true) or a non-empty list or null (false).

sourceTypes_everyFindingSourceTypeFilter

Makes sure all items in sourceTypes match a certain filter.

sourceTypes_noneFindingSourceTypeFilter

Makes sure none of the items in sourceTypes match a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure sourceTypes has no items.

sourceTypes_someFindingSourceTypeFilter

Makes sure at least one of the items in "sourceTypes" matches a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure sourceTypes has at least one item.

statuses_emptyBoolean

Checks if statuses is an empty list (true) or a non-empty list or null (false).

statuses_everyFindingStatusFilter

Makes sure all items in statuses match a certain filter.

statuses_noneFindingStatusFilter

Makes sure none of the items in statuses match a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure statuses has no items.

statuses_someFindingStatusFilter

Makes sure at least one of the items in "statuses" matches a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure statuses has at least one item.

stepsToReproduceString

Checks if stepsToReproduce equals a specified string, case-sensitively.

If an index exists on stepsToReproduce, it can be used.

See also like for a case-insensitive filter.

Text describing the steps that must be followed in order to reproduce the flaw.

stepsToReproduce_containsString

Checks if stepsToReproduce contains a specified string, case-sensitively.

Text describing the steps that must be followed in order to reproduce the flaw.

stepsToReproduce_ends_withString

Checks if stepsToReproduce ends with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Text describing the steps that must be followed in order to reproduce the flaw.

stepsToReproduce_gtString

Checks if stepsToReproduce is greater than a specified value.

Text describing the steps that must be followed in order to reproduce the flaw.

stepsToReproduce_gteString

Checks if stepsToReproduce is greater or equal a specified value.

Text describing the steps that must be followed in order to reproduce the flaw.

stepsToReproduce_inString

Checks if stepsToReproduce is equal to one of the specified values.

Text describing the steps that must be followed in order to reproduce the flaw.

stepsToReproduce_likeString

Matches stepsToReproduce against a pattern case-insensitively with the following placeholders:

% matches any sequence of characters, including the empty string; _ matches exactly one character; \ can be used to escape the placeholders (use \\ for a literal backslash);

If an index exists on stepsToReproduce, it can be used for the literal prefix (the part until the first placeholder).

Text describing the steps that must be followed in order to reproduce the flaw.

stepsToReproduce_ltString

Checks if stepsToReproduce is less than a specified value.

Text describing the steps that must be followed in order to reproduce the flaw.

stepsToReproduce_lteString

Checks if stepsToReproduce is less or equal a specified value.

Text describing the steps that must be followed in order to reproduce the flaw.

stepsToReproduce_notString

Checks if stepsToReproduce does not equal a specified string, case-sensitively.

Text describing the steps that must be followed in order to reproduce the flaw.

stepsToReproduce_not_containsString

Checks if stepsToReproduce does not contain a specified string, case-sensitively.

Text describing the steps that must be followed in order to reproduce the flaw.

stepsToReproduce_not_ends_withString

Checks if stepsToReproduce does not end with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Text describing the steps that must be followed in order to reproduce the flaw.

stepsToReproduce_not_inString

Checks if stepsToReproduce is not equal to one of the specified values.

Text describing the steps that must be followed in order to reproduce the flaw.

stepsToReproduce_not_likeString

Checks if stepsToReproduce does not match a pattern case-insensitively with the following placeholders:

% matches any sequence of characters, including the empty string; _ matches exactly one character; \ can be used to escape the placeholders (use \\ for a literal backslash);

Text describing the steps that must be followed in order to reproduce the flaw.

stepsToReproduce_not_starts_withString

Checks if stepsToReproduce does not start with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Never uses an index. Consider using not_like (with the % placeholder) for a case-insensitive filter that can use an index.

Text describing the steps that must be followed in order to reproduce the flaw.

stepsToReproduce_starts_withString

Checks if stepsToReproduce starts with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Never uses an index. Consider using like (with the % placeholder) for a case-insensitive filter that can use an index.

Text describing the steps that must be followed in order to reproduce the flaw.

subcategoryFindingSubcategory

Checks if subcategory equals a specified value.

If an index exists on subcategory, it can be used.

The applicable subcategory for this finding

subcategory_inFindingSubcategory

Checks if subcategory is equal to one of the specified values.

The applicable subcategory for this finding

subcategory_notFindingSubcategory

Checks if subcategory does not equal a specified value

The applicable subcategory for this finding

subcategory_not_inFindingSubcategory

Checks if subcategory is not equal to one of the specified values.

The applicable subcategory for this finding

summaryString

Checks if summary equals a specified string, case-sensitively.

If an index exists on summary, it can be used.

See also like for a case-insensitive filter.

Summary description of the finding

summary_containsString

Checks if summary contains a specified string, case-sensitively.

Summary description of the finding

summary_ends_withString

Checks if summary ends with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Summary description of the finding

summary_gtString

Checks if summary is greater than a specified value.

Summary description of the finding

summary_gteString

Checks if summary is greater or equal a specified value.

Summary description of the finding

summary_inString

Checks if summary is equal to one of the specified values.

Summary description of the finding

summary_likeString

Matches summary against a pattern case-insensitively with the following placeholders:

% matches any sequence of characters, including the empty string; _ matches exactly one character; \ can be used to escape the placeholders (use \\ for a literal backslash);

If an index exists on summary, it can be used for the literal prefix (the part until the first placeholder).

Summary description of the finding

summary_ltString

Checks if summary is less than a specified value.

Summary description of the finding

summary_lteString

Checks if summary is less or equal a specified value.

Summary description of the finding

summary_notString

Checks if summary does not equal a specified string, case-sensitively.

Summary description of the finding

summary_not_containsString

Checks if summary does not contain a specified string, case-sensitively.

Summary description of the finding

summary_not_ends_withString

Checks if summary does not end with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Summary description of the finding

summary_not_inString

Checks if summary is not equal to one of the specified values.

Summary description of the finding

summary_not_likeString

Checks if summary does not match a pattern case-insensitively with the following placeholders:

% matches any sequence of characters, including the empty string; _ matches exactly one character; \ can be used to escape the placeholders (use \\ for a literal backslash);

Summary description of the finding

summary_not_starts_withString

Checks if summary does not start with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Never uses an index. Consider using not_like (with the % placeholder) for a case-insensitive filter that can use an index.

Summary description of the finding

summary_starts_withString

Checks if summary starts with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Never uses an index. Consider using like (with the % placeholder) for a case-insensitive filter that can use an index.

Summary description of the finding

tags_emptyBoolean

Checks if tags is an empty list (true) or a non-empty list or null (false).

tags_everyTagFilter

Makes sure all items in tags match a certain filter.

tags_noneTagFilter

Makes sure none of the items in tags match a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure tags has no items.

tags_someTagFilter

Makes sure at least one of the items in "tags" matches a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure tags has at least one item.

testTestFilter

Checks if test is not null, and allows to filter based on its fields.

titleString

Checks if title equals a specified string, case-sensitively.

If an index exists on title, it can be used.

See also like for a case-insensitive filter.

A short title or description of the finding

title_containsString

Checks if title contains a specified string, case-sensitively.

A short title or description of the finding

title_ends_withString

Checks if title ends with a specified string, case-sensitively.

A short title or description of the finding

title_gtString

Checks if title is greater than a specified value.

A short title or description of the finding

title_gteString

Checks if title is greater or equal a specified value.

A short title or description of the finding

title_inString

Checks if title is equal to one of the specified values.

A short title or description of the finding

title_likeString

Matches title against a pattern case-insensitively with the following placeholders:

% matches any sequence of characters, including the empty string; _ matches exactly one character; \ can be used to escape the placeholders (use \\ for a literal backslash);

If an index exists on title, it can be used for the literal prefix (the part until the first placeholder).

A short title or description of the finding

title_ltString

Checks if title is less than a specified value.

A short title or description of the finding

title_lteString

Checks if title is less or equal a specified value.

A short title or description of the finding

title_notString

Checks if title does not equal a specified string, case-sensitively.

A short title or description of the finding

title_not_containsString

Checks if title does not contain a specified string, case-sensitively.

A short title or description of the finding

title_not_ends_withString

Checks if title does not end with a specified string, case-sensitively.

A short title or description of the finding

title_not_inString

Checks if title is not equal to one of the specified values.

A short title or description of the finding

title_not_likeString

Checks if title does not match a pattern case-insensitively with the following placeholders:

% matches any sequence of characters, including the empty string; _ matches exactly one character; \ can be used to escape the placeholders (use \\ for a literal backslash);

A short title or description of the finding

title_not_starts_withString

Checks if title does not start with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Never uses an index. Consider using not_like (with the % placeholder) for a case-insensitive filter that can use an index.

A short title or description of the finding

title_starts_withString

Checks if title starts with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Never uses an index. Consider using like (with the % placeholder) for a case-insensitive filter that can use an index.

A short title or description of the finding

toolReferenceString

Checks if toolReference equals a specified string, case-sensitively.

If an index exists on toolReference, it can be used.

See also like for a case-insensitive filter.

URL to link back to the finding in the original tool

toolReference_containsString

Checks if toolReference contains a specified string, case-sensitively.

URL to link back to the finding in the original tool

toolReference_ends_withString

Checks if toolReference ends with a specified string, case-sensitively.

URL to link back to the finding in the original tool

toolReference_gtString

Checks if toolReference is greater than a specified value.

URL to link back to the finding in the original tool

toolReference_gteString

Checks if toolReference is greater or equal a specified value.

URL to link back to the finding in the original tool

toolReference_inString

Checks if toolReference is equal to one of the specified values.

URL to link back to the finding in the original tool

toolReference_likeString

Matches toolReference against a pattern case-insensitively with the following placeholders:

% matches any sequence of characters, including the empty string; _ matches exactly one character; \ can be used to escape the placeholders (use \\ for a literal backslash);

If an index exists on toolReference, it can be used for the literal prefix (the part until the first placeholder).

URL to link back to the finding in the original tool

toolReference_ltString

Checks if toolReference is less than a specified value.

URL to link back to the finding in the original tool

toolReference_lteString

Checks if toolReference is less or equal a specified value.

URL to link back to the finding in the original tool

toolReference_notString

Checks if toolReference does not equal a specified string, case-sensitively.

URL to link back to the finding in the original tool

toolReference_not_containsString

Checks if toolReference does not contain a specified string, case-sensitively.

URL to link back to the finding in the original tool

toolReference_not_ends_withString

Checks if toolReference does not end with a specified string, case-sensitively.

URL to link back to the finding in the original tool

toolReference_not_inString

Checks if toolReference is not equal to one of the specified values.

URL to link back to the finding in the original tool

toolReference_not_likeString

Checks if toolReference does not match a pattern case-insensitively with the following placeholders:

% matches any sequence of characters, including the empty string; _ matches exactly one character; \ can be used to escape the placeholders (use \\ for a literal backslash);

URL to link back to the finding in the original tool

toolReference_not_starts_withString

Checks if toolReference does not start with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Never uses an index. Consider using not_like (with the % placeholder) for a case-insensitive filter that can use an index.

URL to link back to the finding in the original tool

toolReference_starts_withString

Checks if toolReference starts with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Never uses an index. Consider using like (with the % placeholder) for a case-insensitive filter that can use an index.

URL to link back to the finding in the original tool

uniqueIdFromToolString

Checks if uniqueIdFromTool equals a specified string, case-sensitively.

If an index exists on uniqueIdFromTool, it can be used.

See also like for a case-insensitive filter.

The original unique id of the finding from the imported Test information

uniqueIdFromTool_containsString

Checks if uniqueIdFromTool contains a specified string, case-sensitively.

The original unique id of the finding from the imported Test information

uniqueIdFromTool_ends_withString

Checks if uniqueIdFromTool ends with a specified string, case-sensitively.

The original unique id of the finding from the imported Test information

uniqueIdFromTool_gtString

Checks if uniqueIdFromTool is greater than a specified value.

The original unique id of the finding from the imported Test information

uniqueIdFromTool_gteString

Checks if uniqueIdFromTool is greater or equal a specified value.

The original unique id of the finding from the imported Test information

uniqueIdFromTool_inString

Checks if uniqueIdFromTool is equal to one of the specified values.

The original unique id of the finding from the imported Test information

uniqueIdFromTool_likeString

Matches uniqueIdFromTool against a pattern case-insensitively with the following placeholders:

% matches any sequence of characters, including the empty string; _ matches exactly one character; \ can be used to escape the placeholders (use \\ for a literal backslash);

If an index exists on uniqueIdFromTool, it can be used for the literal prefix (the part until the first placeholder).

The original unique id of the finding from the imported Test information

uniqueIdFromTool_ltString

Checks if uniqueIdFromTool is less than a specified value.

The original unique id of the finding from the imported Test information

uniqueIdFromTool_lteString

Checks if uniqueIdFromTool is less or equal a specified value.

The original unique id of the finding from the imported Test information

uniqueIdFromTool_notString

Checks if uniqueIdFromTool does not equal a specified string, case-sensitively.

The original unique id of the finding from the imported Test information

uniqueIdFromTool_not_containsString

Checks if uniqueIdFromTool does not contain a specified string, case-sensitively.

The original unique id of the finding from the imported Test information

uniqueIdFromTool_not_ends_withString

Checks if uniqueIdFromTool does not end with a specified string, case-sensitively.

The original unique id of the finding from the imported Test information

uniqueIdFromTool_not_inString

Checks if uniqueIdFromTool is not equal to one of the specified values.

The original unique id of the finding from the imported Test information

uniqueIdFromTool_not_likeString

Checks if uniqueIdFromTool does not match a pattern case-insensitively with the following placeholders:

% matches any sequence of characters, including the empty string; _ matches exactly one character; \ can be used to escape the placeholders (use \\ for a literal backslash);

The original unique id of the finding from the imported Test information

uniqueIdFromTool_not_starts_withString

Checks if uniqueIdFromTool does not start with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Never uses an index. Consider using not_like (with the % placeholder) for a case-insensitive filter that can use an index.

The original unique id of the finding from the imported Test information

uniqueIdFromTool_starts_withString

Checks if uniqueIdFromTool starts with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Never uses an index. Consider using like (with the % placeholder) for a case-insensitive filter that can use an index.

The original unique id of the finding from the imported Test information

updatedAtDateTime

Checks if updatedAt equals a specified value.

If an index exists on updatedAt, it can be used.

The instant this object has been updated the last time (not including relation updates)

updatedAt_gtDateTime

Checks if updatedAt is greater than a specified value.

The instant this object has been updated the last time (not including relation updates)

updatedAt_gteDateTime

Checks if updatedAt is greater or equal a specified value.

The instant this object has been updated the last time (not including relation updates)

updatedAt_inDateTime

Checks if updatedAt is equal to one of the specified values.

The instant this object has been updated the last time (not including relation updates)

updatedAt_ltDateTime

Checks if updatedAt is less than a specified value.

The instant this object has been updated the last time (not including relation updates)

updatedAt_lteDateTime

Checks if updatedAt is less or equal a specified value.

The instant this object has been updated the last time (not including relation updates)

updatedAt_notDateTime

Checks if updatedAt does not equal a specified value

The instant this object has been updated the last time (not including relation updates)

updatedAt_not_inDateTime

Checks if updatedAt is not equal to one of the specified values.

The instant this object has been updated the last time (not including relation updates)

verifiedBoolean

Checks if verified equals a specified value.

If an index exists on verified, it can be used.

Denotes if this flaw has been manually verified by the tester.

verified_notBoolean

Checks if verified does not equal a specified value

Denotes if this flaw has been manually verified by the tester.

vulnIdFromToolString

Checks if vulnIdFromTool equals a specified string, case-sensitively.

If an index exists on vulnIdFromTool, it can be used.

See also like for a case-insensitive filter.

The original non-unique id of the finding from the imported Test information. This ID may be a CVE id, or specific to the tool, such or SNYK id.

vulnIdFromTool_containsString

Checks if vulnIdFromTool contains a specified string, case-sensitively.

The original non-unique id of the finding from the imported Test information. This ID may be a CVE id, or specific to the tool, such or SNYK id.

vulnIdFromTool_ends_withString

Checks if vulnIdFromTool ends with a specified string, case-sensitively.

The original non-unique id of the finding from the imported Test information. This ID may be a CVE id, or specific to the tool, such or SNYK id.

vulnIdFromTool_gtString

Checks if vulnIdFromTool is greater than a specified value.

The original non-unique id of the finding from the imported Test information. This ID may be a CVE id, or specific to the tool, such or SNYK id.

vulnIdFromTool_gteString

Checks if vulnIdFromTool is greater or equal a specified value.

The original non-unique id of the finding from the imported Test information. This ID may be a CVE id, or specific to the tool, such or SNYK id.

vulnIdFromTool_inString

Checks if vulnIdFromTool is equal to one of the specified values.

The original non-unique id of the finding from the imported Test information. This ID may be a CVE id, or specific to the tool, such or SNYK id.

vulnIdFromTool_likeString

Matches vulnIdFromTool against a pattern case-insensitively with the following placeholders:

% matches any sequence of characters, including the empty string; _ matches exactly one character; \ can be used to escape the placeholders (use \\ for a literal backslash);

If an index exists on vulnIdFromTool, it can be used for the literal prefix (the part until the first placeholder).

The original non-unique id of the finding from the imported Test information. This ID may be a CVE id, or specific to the tool, such or SNYK id.

vulnIdFromTool_ltString

Checks if vulnIdFromTool is less than a specified value.

The original non-unique id of the finding from the imported Test information. This ID may be a CVE id, or specific to the tool, such or SNYK id.

vulnIdFromTool_lteString

Checks if vulnIdFromTool is less or equal a specified value.

The original non-unique id of the finding from the imported Test information. This ID may be a CVE id, or specific to the tool, such or SNYK id.

vulnIdFromTool_notString

Checks if vulnIdFromTool does not equal a specified string, case-sensitively.

The original non-unique id of the finding from the imported Test information. This ID may be a CVE id, or specific to the tool, such or SNYK id.

vulnIdFromTool_not_containsString

Checks if vulnIdFromTool does not contain a specified string, case-sensitively.

The original non-unique id of the finding from the imported Test information. This ID may be a CVE id, or specific to the tool, such or SNYK id.

vulnIdFromTool_not_ends_withString

Checks if vulnIdFromTool does not end with a specified string, case-sensitively.

The original non-unique id of the finding from the imported Test information. This ID may be a CVE id, or specific to the tool, such or SNYK id.

vulnIdFromTool_not_inString

Checks if vulnIdFromTool is not equal to one of the specified values.

The original non-unique id of the finding from the imported Test information. This ID may be a CVE id, or specific to the tool, such or SNYK id.

vulnIdFromTool_not_likeString

Checks if vulnIdFromTool does not match a pattern case-insensitively with the following placeholders:

% matches any sequence of characters, including the empty string; _ matches exactly one character; \ can be used to escape the placeholders (use \\ for a literal backslash);

The original non-unique id of the finding from the imported Test information. This ID may be a CVE id, or specific to the tool, such or SNYK id.

vulnIdFromTool_not_starts_withString

Checks if vulnIdFromTool does not start with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Never uses an index. Consider using not_like (with the % placeholder) for a case-insensitive filter that can use an index.

The original non-unique id of the finding from the imported Test information. This ID may be a CVE id, or specific to the tool, such or SNYK id.

vulnIdFromTool_starts_withString

Checks if vulnIdFromTool starts with a specified string, case-sensitively.

Never uses an index. Consider using like (with the % placeholder) for a case-insensitive filter that can use an index.

The original non-unique id of the finding from the imported Test information. This ID may be a CVE id, or specific to the tool, such or SNYK id.

vulnerabilityContextVulnerabilityContextFilter

Allows to filter on the fields of vulnerabilityContext.

Note that vulnerabilityContext is an entity extension and thus can never be null, so specifying null to this filter field has no effect.

vulnerabilityIds_emptyBoolean

Checks if vulnerabilityIds is an empty list (true) or a non-empty list or null (false).

vulnerabilityIds_everyStringFilter

Makes sure all items in vulnerabilityIds match a certain filter.

vulnerabilityIds_noneStringFilter

Makes sure none of the items in vulnerabilityIds match a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure vulnerabilityIds has no items.

vulnerabilityIds_someStringFilter

Makes sure at least one of the items in "vulnerabilityIds" matches a certain filter.

Note that you can specify the empty object for this filter to make sure vulnerabilityIds has at least one item.


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